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Fort Worth: Rising Sellers' Market
Realty Times Feature Article by Blanche Evans

Dallas and Fort Worth are 30 miles apart but intercity growth has them connected as if they were born conjoined twins. A Fort Worth pundit once joked of the cities' rivalry, "Fort Worth is where the west begins, and Dallas is where the east gives out."

Fort Worth benefits as a tourist and convention town from its rich cattle-driving heritage, hence its nickname "Cowtown." It's one of the few bigger cities where men and women in cowboy hats and boots look more at home than in office attire. Yet don't be fooled by its agrarian roots. Fort Worth has a population dedicated to culture, and the city offers some of the finest performance and visual arts in the Southwest. Many feel its sophisticated offerings put larger, wealthier, but less civically-minded Dallas to shame.

Fort Worth was ahead of the curve when private investors joined the city in revitalizing the downtown area into a safe, clean and exciting place to enjoy business during the day and nightlife and special events in the evenings. The convention center, Bass Performance Hall and many other attractions and hotels are within walking distance. Revelers can walk to and from venues protected by not only Fort Worth police but also private plain-clothes officers.

A vital economy is kept chugging along by the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the second largest airport in the world, as well as numerous corporate relocations, which came for the quality of life, temperate weather and transportation ease. Home sales, derailed slightly by the political and economic events of the year, are improving.

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Green Energy Choices Save Money and the Environment
Courtesy of Green Mountain Energy

We all dream of being homeowners - whether we are purchasing a home for the first time or designing our dream retirement house. There is a tremendous sense of achievement in realizing that dream and stepping into your new house for the first time. According to data from the U.S. Department of Commerce, nearly 70 percent of all Americans own their homes. That's nearly 73 million households.

Did you also know that according to the EPA, the average US household is responsible for emitting nearly 60 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the air each year? Carbon dioxide is a green house gas that contributes to global warming. To put this into perspective, it's the same amount of CO2 put in the air by driving nearly 133,333 miles in a year, or the equivalent of nearly 11,000 cars driving an average of 12,000 miles in a year. Multiplied out by 73 million households, that's a lot of pollution.

The good news is there are three very simple, yet powerful choices we can make as homeowners to reduce the amount of CO2 our household puts into the air each year.

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